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11 / 02 / 2010

GO EXPRESSIONS-4: meaning and examples

Hello again.

Today we finish our short series of Daily Vitamins about English expressions with the verb GO.

Today's expression is: to go along with something or someone.

Meaning: to agree with someone or something.

Example 1:
I don't always go along with his views, but I respect his opinions.

Example 2:
I don't care what you say, I am sure that the boss will not go along with your plan. I think we should just do what he said.

Remember that tomorrow we will send the Essential Weekly Vitamin for Spanish-speaking students of English.

Enjoy the rest of your day.

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